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HTC One M8: The rise and fall of HTC (video)

With its new flagship officially revealed, Adventures in Tech charts the rollercoaster story of HTC -- the former king of Android.

By March 25, 2014


Year in review: A roller-coaster ride for wireless

From a record-breaking FCC wireless auction to the launch of the new iPhone 3G to the death of citywide Wi-Fi, 2008 was full of peaks and valleys.

December 20, 2008


Week in review: Market whiplash

The rollercoaster stock market ride may be reviving at least one takeover effort, while laptop makers debut their new offerings. Also: security alert.

By October 17, 2008


The 404 127: Where Justin gets his wardrobe off eBay

All the bizarre stories on today's show throw us into a rollercoaster of emotions. We start off innocent enough, begging Rick Moranis to do more movies, but then quickly spiral into flora weaponry, gender identity and male pregnancy, heartbreaking eBay au

By June 24, 2008


The topsy-turvy world of intellectual property companies

Intellectual property companies live in a hellish world of epic legal battles, rollercoaster stock rides, and fanatical investors. But their technology helps make almost all your gadgets work the way they do.

By March 28, 2008


Firefox's 1st birthday: A rollercoaster year

The Firefox Web browser is one year old today, and it has already enjoyed rapid take-up, plenty of plaudits, and the occasional security scare. Take a trip back through 12 months in the life of an open source browser

By November 9, 2005


Techs slip in roller-coaster trading

After losing ground in early trading, tech stocks battle their way to positive territory in early afternoon trading before giving back those gains in the final hour.

February 22, 2001


Feds take Baby Bells on roller-coaster ride

In a matter of hours, federal officials manage to send Baby Bell executives into a funk, then on an emotional high, then back into a funk.

January 23, 2001


Market takes some tech CEOs on a roller-coaster ride

Top executives at tech-heavy stalwarts such as Hewlett-Packard and Apple find themselves back at square one--with share prices at or below where they stood when they began.

By January 22, 2001